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. doug claffey is ceo of workplace dynamics. for a business to succeed and survive and for employees to be happy and enriched, what does the workplace need? > > it's got to be organizationally healthy. > > define that. it sounds like it's just a place where employees are inspired and motivated. > > it's really about a place where employees feel connected to the business. where they're executing well, which is about communication, about getting things done. but it's also about heading all in the same direction with great values and ethics, and all heading for the same place. > > i'm surprised. pay? benefits? that has to factor into it in some way. > > it certainly factors in, but we were surprised, it actually is just table stakes. it's just the basics. it really is about direction, execution, and connection that makes the big difference. > > what companies are doing this, that have organizationally healthy workplaces? > > companies like cargill and container store and google, three very different and diverse companies that all have very healthy organizations. > > what is healthy abou
facilities." the ceo of hmx group, doug williams, tells first business the company is committed to remaining in america, saying, "it's the intent of the company and management to do everying possible to retain its u.s. workers and factories." williams went on to praise workers and says hmx has a great relationship with the union. according to reports, several buyers are interested in acquiring the company, but the union is quick to assert that any buyer who only purchases the iconic name and sends the actual manufacturing overseas will face a global boycott. strong economic data out of china could provide some opportunity for investors. china's gdp rose to 7.4% in the third quarter, reducing concerns of futher slowdowns in the world's second largest economy. trader mark sebastian of option pit mentoring tells first business china's data is sending postive signals to investors. "as long as china has a soft landing and europe and north america continue to get their footing back together that is not such a terrible thing. yes, maybe china is flattening out, but if china's slowdown is flattening
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